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    rosarugosa's response made me think of the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. Isn't that usually on Thanksgiving? But probably not this year. One more thing that won't happen.
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    Televised only but still happening

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    Oh that the Macy’s parade in New York I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewGig View Post
    I frequently simmer a chicken, just water and a bird. This yields absolutely moist and unseasoned poultry and a pot of unseasoned chicken stock. If I have a soup, stew, gravy, or sauce in mind, I've been known to do this a day ahead and then pick the chicken and use the meat.

    I love this for a few reasons: you can make whatever you want with the meat and stock. It requires no thermometer. I end up with two yummy types of food instead of one. And, finally? If I'm going to be in the kitchen anyway, I can start it and it pretty much requires no minding until it's done, unless you don't have enough water in it.

    I got the idea from the Frugal Gourmet, but he used TURKEY!
    I do this all the time as well - especially when whole chickens are on sale. I've never tried it with a turkey. I'm not even sure I have a pot big enough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    I've never tried it with a turkey. I'm not even sure I have a pot big enough!
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